If you need a good cause for your spring shopping, has partnered with home design brands big and small to raise money ahead of its fourth annual Gun Violence Awareness Day. The organization launched an earlier this week, with proceeds from the swanky orange chairs and patchouli candles benefitting the cause. Shop some of our favorite picks and give back, below.
Good dog, good cause.
These candles are cast in unscented paraffin wax and can easily become part of your spring tablescape.
From $12, Grain
This limited edition watercolor will add color to your wall while supporting the work of Everytown.
From $38.00, Amanda McKey
In addition to being a cute, modern home for your pants, Closed Mondays describes this planter as a "reminder that it takes all of us together to stand up to the gun lobby."
From $60, Closed Mondays
These nesting bowls in a peachy orange glaze are made by hand in small-batches with minimally refined clay.
$165, East Folk Pottery
The designer brand has recreated its iconic mid-century “no arms” chair in a custom blood orange velvet.
$1,940, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Hit the pouf trend and do good with this bohemian-inspired purchase.
$295, Jayson Home
Brighten up your bathroom with a canvas curtain made in Brooklyn.
$148, Quiet Town
You can never have too many candles, and a good cause is a great excuse to buy this coconut wax candle with a calming woody scent.
$34, Haus Interior
Caitlin McGauley created with this signed, limited-edition giclée print in proud support of .
$95, Caitlin McGauley